I love starting my Sunday morning with The Dallas Post and coffee. It gives me a weekly overview on what is happening in our community.
I would like to compliment Kristin Fino and the kind gentleman responsible for the article “One man’s kindness gives 12 infant puppies a second chance.” I know that to be true because from time to time I volunteer at the Blue Chip Farms Animal Refuge.
What I see first of all is the love, attention and caring these animals get. If a vet visit is needed, it happens. I have also seen so many go to good homes because of their careful screening process, references included.
There are darling cats and kittens who would also love to be adopted. I would encourage our community to learn more about this non-profit shelter and support this very special place right in our community. It is located just past Brace’s Orchard at 974 Lockville Road, Dallas.
Secondly, a new neighbor in Dallas is the First Keystone Community Bank. On Aug. 3, the bank sponsored a “Community Service Day” where they offered free secure document shredding services. Many folks really appreciated that. Also present was The American Legion Dallas and other organizations. Thank you, First Keystone, for being such a good neighbor.